In the past, I came across an article from a blogger that stated that almost every blogger on WordPress was horrible (And, that is putting it nicely, because he used a lot of profanity to put his point across).
He also went on to say that there was only one good blogger and that she did not update her blog on a regular basis.
Because you and I both know that WordPress is filled with fabulous bloggers.
Any blogger who utilizes their WordPress.com Reader will eventually come across blogs that are of interest to them.
And, if you are a member of a blogging group (or blogging groups) on various other social media platforms, there is a high probability of you coming across very talented WordPress bloggers.
So, it was rather disrespectful of that guy to pull the majority of the bloggers on WordPress down the proverbial gutter.
A lot of us who started blogs of our own never contemplated blogging on a long-term basis.
As a matter of fact, a large percentage of the bloggers in the blogosphere, handle their blogging affairs, one day at a time.
The sad truth is that business-related bloggers are the only ones who have planned to blog on a long-term basis (That is to be expected since business-related bloggers have set long-term goals for their blogs).
Unfortunately, a lot of personal blogs are short-lived (Many of them are abandoned within the period of three weeks or less).
These days, a personal blogger can refer to their self as being, “Lucky, ” if they have managed to experience their first blogging anniversary.
I always prepare an entire pot of tea before I jump into the process of creating content for my blog (And, I know that I am not the only one because I came across a lot of tea-lovers in the blogosphere).
Tea is never a boring beverage because there are many types of tea to choose from (To find out more about the varieties of tea, I highly recommend that you check out Lipton’s A Beginner’s Guide To Types Of Tea).